Guy Massaux

Born in 1959, Guy Massaux is a Belgian artist renowned for his thought-provoking works that delve into the complexities of human existence and the interplay of light and color. His multifaceted career spans painting, directing, producing, curating, and teaching. He currently serves as a professor at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels, where he established the art studio in public space – AEsP in 1998.

With a strong foundation in painting, Massaux’s artistic journey has been marked by an exploration of innovative techniques and themes. His works resonate with a deep commitment to pushing the boundaries of traditional mediums, drawing inspiration from conceptualism and process art. Through his creations, Massaux invites viewers into mysterious and experimental artistic journeys, while also addressing important environmental concerns through his engagement with Land Art.

Influenced by the transformative cultural movements of the 1970s, Massaux’s art reflects a profound understanding of the complexities of the human condition and the evolving nature of artistic expression.